Published December 16, 2009
To all our readers,
We are pleased to announce today that the Green Room blog will be taken off hiatus and will resume posting at the launch of our new site later this month (December). On behalf of the tgr team I’d like to thank you for your patience and wish you all the best for this holiday season.
Signing back on,
On behalf of the team at the Green Room blog,
Co-founder of The Green Room
Update: Our new site will be launched later than originally expected due to some unexpected issues with the new site. We hope to have the site ready for our readers by the end of this month (January). Once again the tgr team would like to thank you for your patience and wish you all the best for 2010.
Here’s the liveblog archive of Apple’s latest music-themed event, conveniently copied and pasted just seconds ago!
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Apple’s latest music-themed event is just hours away, and once again, The Green Room will be providing a liveblog with details and Australian analysis of the announcements as they unfold.
1. Where can I find it? You can browse directly to our liveblog coverage by clicking here, or view the full list of liveblogs here. We’ve partnered with CoverItLive again for a better liveblog experience.
2. Date & Time: The event starts at 9AM on September 9th (Pacific Time) or 3AM on September 10th (Australian Eastern Standard Time). All times listed on the liveblog are in AEST. The liveblog begins at 2AM on September 10th (AEST). Click here for a full list of starting times.
3. Spoiler free stream: If you prefer to watch the WWDC keynote without spoilers once it becomes available for streaming on Apple.com, we will provide a link to the QuickTime movie on this page.
4. Archive: We’ll publish the liveblog archive shortly after the event, check back here for the link closer to the date.
We’ll also be providing liveblog Twitter updates @tgrblog, so be sure to follow us there! – r.
Published August 15, 2009
Tags: tgr news, the green room
Following on from my previous post, I’ve been looking into some alternate theme options and various other improvements that can be made around here. Here’s all the details, organized in convenient point-form.
- New writer! Though he unofficially joined us a little earlier on in the year, The Green Room welcomes Liam F. to the editorial team. His latest articles can be found at his author page.
- New look! As promised, here’s a quick preview of TGR’s “new look”. Please let me know if you love it or hate it, I’m open to any suggestions and still attempting (albeit rather slowly) to learn WordPress.org site development.
- New year! Five days from now, TGR will be one year old. We’ll take a trip down memory lane on the day with our finest moments.
Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for quicker, less-reading-required messages and fan us up on Facebook while you’re at it for brownie points. – r.
Isla Fisher's head really is full of Air.
Cue these three songs immediately.
Right, well it’s been quite a while since last posting here at The Green Room. This time, however, I promise we’re back (honest)!
This is just a heads up about a pretty major site upgrade that will hopefully be launched on our first birthday (August 20th). Until then, posts are going to be a little light around here (just like usual) but rest assured, we haven’t abandoned TGR.
To verify that I’m not lying, I’m adding a rather large “Under construction” banner to the site’s header in the meantime, so keep hitting that refresh button every now and then for updates and juicy details about TGR 2.0.
Now that you’ve read this, you can cue this song instead, knowing that the best really is yet to come… – r.
Published June 9, 2009
Announcements , wwdc
Tags: apple, archive, cover it live, keynote, liveblog, phil schiller, tgrblog, wwdc, wwdc 2009, wwdc liveblog
Here’s the archive for our liveblog coverage of Phil Schiller’s WWDC 2009 keynote. All of our previous liveblogs and their archives can be found here. – r.
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